Please note: This event, planned for Sep. 15-16, has been cancelled due to low registrations.
Check out video and photos from Stellar VBS! We are on an adventure through space as we learn how we shine Jesus’ light in the world! We’re enjoying dinner together followed by Bible stories, games, crafts, and other activities.
Starting Sunday, June 4, Resurrection transitions to a summer worship schedule for June, July, and August with one worship service at 10 a.m. A livestream will be available via rlcindy.org/live or facebook.com/rlcindy.
Resurrection’s men’s softball team is looking for new players. We play Monday nights, April through September, at a church league in Greenwood. Email Nate Garrett if interested.
Help us provide a stellar Vacation Bible School by purchasing items from our Amazon wish list! We are collecting supplies to create a fun environment where kids will learn how to shine Jesus’ light.
Families with students in grades 9-12 during the 2023-2024 school year are invited to learn about the Gathering in a Zoom info session on Wednesday, April 19 at 7 p.m. Adults interested in serving as mentors are also encouraged to attend.
Team up with Lutheran Hills for a first-ever Summer Prep Extravaganza all day Saturday, April 29. During this retreat/workday event, help prepare camp for summer ministry with a variety of projects for all ages and skill levels. RSVP for this free event by Friday, April 21.
Kathy Roberts, Camp Manager at Lutheran Hills, and Ginger Lyons, Involvement Director, will be available in the narthex café area on Sunday, March 12 from 9:30-10:30 a.m. to meet congregation members and answer questions about summer camp, other programs, and camp facilities.
All kids (birth-5th grade) and their families are invited for an afternoon of fellowship and water play at City Center Park (415 Lincoln St. Greenwood) on Sunday, Aug. 22 from noon-2 p.m. Sign-up online, and bring a picnic lunch and beach towel.
See photos and read a reflection on “Walk, Love, Serve”, Resurrection’s Youth Group service trip. Participants spent two full days exploring civil rights sites in Atlanta, Georgia and three days of service work with partners around Indianapolis.